Vicky Bradley

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See editorial, p 274. Variations in the way that data are entered in emergency department record systems impede the use of ED records for direct patient care and deter their reuse for many other legitimate purposes. To foster more uniform ED data, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Injury Prevention and Control is(More)
Although the new ED charge system is not perfect, it has resulted in improved charging for services delivered; this increase in correct charges has more than offset the resources to develop the entire tracking system project within 1 year. This is one example in which computerization paid for itself, which should help ED managers justify computerization of(More)